Exercising Self Control in the Daily Stuff of Life

Posted On February 18, 2020

On today’s Warriors of Grace episode, Dave talks about why ever Christian should pursue self-control, exercising biblical wisdom, and discernment, along with strategies to grow in self-control in fighting lust, making small or big decisions, and dealing with difficult people.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • The imputation of Christ and walking righteously before God.
  • Temperance is moderation in thought, word, or action.
  • Self control a fruit of the Spirit.
  • The dangers of self-indulgence.
  • Strategies to exercise self-control in fighting lust.
  • Strategies to exercise self-control in making small or big decisions.
  • Strategies to exercise self-control in dealing with difficult people.
  • Learning to see and treat people as God does through the gospel.

Thanks for listening to this episode of Warriors of Grace!

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